Jobs ecosystem in focus

Alicia

The employment and jobs landscape in Logan was under the microscope earlier this month at a briefing session hosted by Logan Together.

The session offered members of the Logan Together Employment and Training chapters and our Parent’s Next providers a chance to hear the findings of a recent market research project focussed on how Logan employers find their staff; and how job seekers and new employees found their roles.

While the report confirmed many things we suspected about the employment and jobs landscape in Logan, it provided a solid evidenced-based platform to explore the opportunities and challenges further.

A huge thanks to Alicia Weiderman from Ingersoll Consulting for taking the time to talk through the research outcomes, and for facilitating a hearty discussion around these findings and insights.

You can find the full report here on our website, the slide deck from the presentation here and a quick chat with Alicia here.

If you’d like to continue the conversation further with Alicia, you can contact her via email alicia.weiderman@ingersoll.com.au or phone on 0432 919 899. If you’d like to link in with a Logan Together project, chapter or partner, please email us.

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